Korean War Casualties Free
The information on each casualty may include name, service prefix and number, grade, branch, place and date of casualty, state and county of residence, type of casualty, casualty group, place and date of disposition, year of birth (for deceased casualties only), military occupational specialty, unit number, race, and disposition of evacuations. There are 27,727 records for Army personnel who died, including personnel who died while POW or MIA. The remaining 82,248 records are for nonfatal Army casualties.…More
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Korean War Casualties. Original data from: The National Archives
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